Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has slapped a £250m price tag on the shoulders of Harry Kane to scare off potential buyers for the England captain.

Kane, who slammed his Spurs teammates after last weeks 2-2 draw with Olympiacos in the Champions League, saying that they are continuing to make the same mistakes as they were in their first year together, has made it clear that he wants to win major trophies with the club he has been at since he was 11-years-old.

But the Tottenham forward, who was 90 minutes away from lifting the European Cup against Liverpool in June, might have to wait another season after his Spurs were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Colchester United in midweek, leaving them with just two realistic chances of ending their 12-year wait for a trophy this season – the FA Cup and the Champions League – with the Premier League already looking well out of their reach after their poor start to the domestic campaign.

And according to the Daily Telegraph, Levy thinks Kane, who has four-and-half years left on his current contract is worth £250m, to fend off the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester United and Man City, who have all been interested in signing him previously.



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